Las Vegas, Nev. — Today, The Southern Nevada Building and Construction Trades Council (SNBCTC) announced their endorsement of Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford for Nevada Attorney General. The SNBCTC’s 15 trade Unions represent 20 crafts and more than 25,000 members.
“Aaron Ford has been a consistent champion for working families in the Nevada Legislature, and has a proven record of supporting efforts that put our members back to work,” said Bill Stanley, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Building Trades Council. “We look forward to helping elect Aaron to the Attorney General’s office so he can continue standing up for our members and defending their rights.”
“The SNBCTC trade unions demonstrate the highest-quality craftsmanship every day on the job, and they deserve that same level of quality in the elected officials that represent them” said Aaron Ford, candidate for Nevada Attorney General. “As Attorney General, I will vigorously defend the right to organize, the ability to receive fair wages and benefits for our hard workers, and the right of SNBCTC members to do their jobs in safe working conditions.”
The Southern Nevada Building Trades Unions that built Southern Nevada is an alliance of craft Unions that are your best choice for highly skilled and highly productive constructive labor. That’s because the Southern Nevada Building Trades Unions demonstrate a concerted commitment to world class skills development and training; coupled with a 21st century labor/management model that is founded upon principles of performance, pride, cooperation and partnership.
Aaron Ford announced his bid for Nevada Attorney General in an open letter to his fellow Nevadans in September. In addition to his endorsement from the Southern Nevada Building and Constructions Trades Council, Aaron has received the endorsements from the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters, The Collective PAC, U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, House Representatives Dina Titus and Jacky Rosen, law enforcement leaders including former Washoe County Sheriff Mike Haley, former Clark County Sheriff Bill Young, former Henderson Chief of Police Richard Perkins, and former Southern Nevada Conference of Police and Sheriffs President Dave Kallas.